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Practice Innovations - Managing in a changing legal environment
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JULY 2017 | VOLUME 18, NUMBER 3
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Retaining and Growing Clients — What's Next?

Firms are now looking at ways to minimize marketing expenses through outsourcing. Some of these areas include database management, public relations, and event management.

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The Emerging and Meaningful Role of the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC)

The Emerging and Meaningful Role of the Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC)

CLOC represents a shift in the legal industry, since these new roles are a driving force for change.

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Tactics for Strategic Partnerships and Building Institutional Knowledge

Tactics for Strategic Partnerships and Building Institutional Knowledge

In this interview, Marlene C. Gebauer and Chris Laut share their experiences building institutional knowledge through collaboration.

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Learn Your Firm's Secrets: Conduct Exit Interviews

Learn Your Firm's Secrets: Conduct Exit Interviews

Exit interview information is a significant first step in ensuring that leaders are informed about what is happening in their firm.

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Can An Attorney Be Replaced by a Machine?

Can An Attorney Be Replaced by a Machine?

Intelligent computing is being successfully applied to many areas of manufacturing, banking, medical, investing, and legal work, and it will only grow. How will law firms adapt?

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Outsourcing Trends and Business Development

Outsourcing Trends and Business Development

A law firm-consolidated Operations Center creates an opportunity to relocate more complex middle-office functions to take advantage of reduced labor costs.

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